Even if you didn't bother with organic produce before you had a baby, perhaps you've started thinking more about what goes into the food you serve now you're a mum.If you are considering going organic, these five reasons for doing so could help make
and developing his social skills too.With all that going on, he needs a wide range of food to aid his rapid brain development.Why not turbo-charge his diet with these six easy ways to boost your toddler's brain power?Brain food for toddlers
versions of your toddler's favourite food
The Dos and Don'ts of offering new foods:DO......offer one new food at a time so your toddler isn't overwhelmed...serve one favourite food with one new food. This may tempt your toddler to try something different...give them a new food to try when
The brain-boosting benefits of oily fish have long been recognised, but warnings about mercury levels may be stopping you from making it a regular fixture on your child's dinner plate.However, a 10-year study from the University of Rochester in the US, based on the diets of 700 c...
Many children have small appetites or go through phases of eating what seems like a miniscule amount of food.If you are worried about the amount your toddler eats, you need to make sure that whatever does go in is giving an extra boost to his
'Even as a baby Miranda was fussy, and now she's reached a stage where she eats very few foods. She also goes through phases when she refuses the foods she normally eats, which is very frustrating.'Miranda was exclusively breastfed up to almost 6
There's lots of advice about what a toddler should be eating but what's a good daily amount?Milk/dairy: 16-20fl oz, or 1pt of whole milk daily. If he's not keen on milk, ½-¾oz of cheese is equivalent to 4fl oz of milk.Fruit and veg: Five or more portions per day. Serving size is ...
Understanding what food is made up of and how the body uses it to grow is an essential part of being able to provide good grub for your toddler. Our at-a-glance guide makes giving them a healthy diet a doddle.Toddler nutrition: Turbo
IngredientsMakes eight1 large shallot (or 1 small onion) finely chopped1/2 small leek, thinly sliced1 small carrot, peeled and grated1/4 courgette, grated1 tbsp olive oil1 small clove garlic, crushed2 tbsp tomato puree1tbsp sundried tomato puree2tbsp tomato ketchup1 x 400g tin ch...